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views. i think it's a problem. it is technologically possible, but the united states, for example, also invests on unabash edly in technology if a government turns off the internet, turn off global networks redecent bandwidth can be brought in. it's a losing game to try to shut off peoples' access to information. to wall off peoples' access to the digital environment. it blew up in mubarak's taste. the fact that he shut them off helped contributed to the panic and history ya in egypt. glig on that note of extra bandwidth can be brought us how has the borderless internet effected old fashioned question of state sovereignty, the board of governor invest in a lot of firewall technology used in china and iran and elsewhere? >> guest: the internet is disruptive in a variety of different ways. part of the way it is disruptive it can challenge the traditional notion of state sovereignty. bytes and bytes don't care where the physical border a pact is. we can see this, right now, for example in relation around internet governments. there a lot of governments that fear the loss of control that co
'm not fighting to improve schools in red states or in blue states. i am fighting to improve schools in the united states. i am not fighting just on behalf of workers or businesses or the rich or the poor, the 1% or the 99%. i am fighting for american values. they belong to all of us. and if you still believe in that come if you still have hope, if you are still ready to go, i am asking you for your vote! [cheers and applause] if you get out there and work these last 45 is coming if you're willing to make some phone calls for me and the forming, we will -- and vote for me, we will win in milwaukee and in wisconsin. and we will remind the world why the united states of america is the greatest nation on earth parody the sun has got to come out. god bless you. god bless the united states. [cheers and applause] >> president obama also appeared at a couple of fund-raisers at the milwaukee theater today. on monday, the president is in new york at the opening of the un assembly appeared republican presidential candidate mitt romney campaigned across california today with stops in san francisco, san diego
to think about syria. no member of the united states government will ever be able to get a fair shake on syrian media, and we have a terrific ambassador to syria named robert ford. what he began doing was his way of communicating with the syrian public since he was being blacked out of traditional media in syria was to publish on facebook. a lot of what he shared both with the syrian people as well as with the out like the the outside world came from postings he made on facebook -- as well as with the outside world. demonstrating atrocities by the assad regime. with the state department actually published that content was over facebook. >> alec ross, in a recent article for cnn, you wrote that the 21st century is a terrible time to be a control freak. and it is. we live in a time where the kind of control that a ceo or secretary of state might have had 15, 20, 25 years ago -- the kind of control that that leader had then is gone, and it is not coming back. it used to be the case that most people got their news from the one newspaper that they read in the morning and the one tv news br
the sort of weaving through the personalities of congress to find the right bill united we have that bill. for a lot of the members still the question the need for once federal regime and federal law as opposed to all of the different states. this is probably one of those examples where if something is going to have to happen people are proving why we have to pass this bill before the law makers get it. >> do you see cybersecurity coming back in the next converse or potentially in the lame-duck session? >> i think the issue is here to stay. the issue of national security and the protection. the issue specifically on the table right now is great to be around a little bit longer yet. i don't know whether it will be a lame duck session. in the senate there's a lot of debate and discussion on how we move forward. in my view i support senator mccain and his philosophy that the best way to do this is not to strip the industry to the government or the government to decide it a mandate what technologies are. one thing is for short of the government especially the congress tends to be much slower
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